A simple photo, but I’m captivated by the simplicity of the altar. Overall the building is fairly ornate for a parish church as the other photos from the series will attest, but the focal point is quite simple.
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It’s hardly news at this point that the world has a new Pope, the first Pope Francis. It did seem fitting today to post some church photos. When I had the opportunity to shoot St. Mary’s Church in Yonkers, Msgr. Corrigan was kind enough to place some unconsecrated communion wafers, water and wine on the Altar […]
This is an image from last Spring. April 2012, to be more specific. Today it’s snowing. I’m so ready for Spring. That’s the Verrazano Bridge in the distance, with what appears to be a giant ship right in front of it, but that’s a trick of the perspective. Happy Friday and Happy weekend.
Times Square, New Year’s Day Morning, about 20 minutes before Civil Dawn. As you can see, much of the clean up is already done, and the area is largely deserted. Most of the people there were working on crews busy removing temporary light structures and crowd control barriers. You can still see the 2013 sign at the […]